Posted by Kristian Hatton
28. Jul, 2012
|August 13, 2012|
This Monday’s double at the Astor goes old-school splattercore with Dracula Has Risen From The Grave, and Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed.
You Must Go To The Movies, cause there’s not quite any experience like that ol’ screen up Chapel Street on a Monday evening.
These 1968/69 numbers have both gotten three and a half star ratings from the good people at the Astor, and there’s nothing like hammer horror to make you feel great about the Life, Universe and Everything after a big weekend in Melbs.
When: Monday 13 August, 7.30-11:15pm
Where: The Astor Theatre, cnr of Chapel Street and Dandenong Road
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